What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"That's what hurling is all about. It was a man's game out there, toe to toe, and that's what it was today."

No International Rules this year

The International Rules Series between Ireland and Australia won't take place this year.

Camogie: Donnelly the apple of Orchard's eye

Two goals in the space of a couple of minutes at the end of the third quarter proved decisive as Armagh confirmed their superiority over Roscommon to claim the Irish Daily Star National League Division 3 title.

Nicky Rackard Cup round-up

Mayo are through to the semi-final stages of the Nicky Rackard Cup following their 0-22 to 1-11 round 2A victory over Armagh in James Stephens Park, Ballina today.

Hurling previews: Banner out to dethrone Deise men

Here are our previews for this weekend's hurling clashes across the country and abroad.

Armagh's Donnelly confident ahead of league final

Ciara Donnelly has just completed a 5k run for a local fundraiser and after a tough training session the night before, is feeling it a little in the legs.

GAA confirms Championship Referees' Panels

The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2016 Championship in Hurling and Gaelic Football.

Orchard aiming to avenge Breffni beating, says Kernan

Tony Kernan insists Armagh intend to beat Cavan when they meet in their Ulster SFC opener at Breffni Park on May 29th.

Hyland switches focus to Armagh

Cavan manager Terry Hyland reckoned yesterday's Allianz FL Division 2 final against Tyrone resembled a tennis match at times.

GAA tweets of the week

A great day to be Irish ... and particularly a Dub!

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"They are the athletes people came to watch today, and for them to be treated that way I don't think was appropriate."

Dromintee's jersey tribute for tragic Peter

A GAA club in Armagh has ensured one of its players who died in a road accident will never be forgotten by inscribing his initials and playing number on their jersey.

Ring and Rackard Cup draws

The draws for the second round of the Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups were made this evening.

Nicky Rackard Cup round up

Armagh got their bid to go one step further than last year off to a winning start but they will look to improve on their showing against Donegal.

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker

All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.

The GAAmbler: Points to win prizes

There are four great games in store this weekend at Croke Park and they are very unique to most of the other games that take place in headquarters throughout the year.

HC previews: championships get underway

Saturday sees 10 hurling championship games taking place around the country as the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup competitions get underway.

Shields welcomes Donegal visit to Whitecross

Armagh defender Mark Shields is looking forward to tomorrow's SF challenge against Donegal in his home club of St. Killian's, Whitecross.

Geezer monitoring Cavan's progress

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney will be an interested spectator in Croke Park on Sunday when Tyrone and Cavan lock horns in the Allianz FL Division 2 final.

Carew defends McGeeney

Sligo manager Niall Carew has branded Joe Brolly's column on Kieran McGeeney as 'hideous'.

New 'Celtic Challenge' competition launched

The GAA has launched details of a new national hurling competition that will celebrate mass participation and champion several exciting new initiatives in the game.

McKernan will be fit to face Farney

Kevin McKernan expects to be ready for Down's June 5th Ulster SFC clash with holders Monaghan.

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